My name is Redmond Wortham and I’m from Fort Worth, Texas. I received a B.A. in Political Science with minors in History and Communication in 2019 from Texas A&M University. Following my time at A&M, I worked for the Tarrant County Administration office in my hometown. I have always wanted to be a judge, and that goal is the purpose behind my law school journey. I chose Oklahoma City University because it values community and is dedicated to their students’ success beyond the classroom.
It is my honor to serve as the Secretary of Black Law Student Association and the President of the Alternate Dispute Resolution Group at OCU Law. I also have the privilege of being a member of Texas Legal Society and an Admissions Ambassador at OCU. I am lucky to call OCU and the people in it my home. I look forward to sharing with you all the great things about my community.